Defending champion Huntington is among the 28 wrestling teams that will be competing in the Windsor Christmas Tournament that begins at 1 p.m. Friday at Windsor High School.
The 57th annual tournament, the oldest in the state and one of the top tournaments in the area, will conclude Saturday with the championship finals at 5.
Admission today is $4 for adults and $2 for students, with admission Saturday $5 for adults and $3 for students.
Among the top Section 4 teams competing in this year’s event are Union-Endicott, Vestal, Bainbridge-Guilford/Afton/Harpursville, and Deposit-Hancock. Last year, Huntington won its ninth Windsor title and first since 2003, its 168 points well ahead of runner-up Greene’s tally of 123.
Among individual title-seekers, former state champion Tristan Rifanburg is vying for a third straight Windsor crown. Last year, Rifanburg captured the 132-pound title with a first-period pin of Jesse Griswold of B-G/A.
Waverly 58, Spencer-Van Etten 46: At Waverly, Dylan Perry scored 8 of his 11 points in the fourth quarter as the Wolverines topped the Panthers in the first round of the Waverly Christmas Tournament. Hunter Bodine had a team-high 13 points for Waverly (5-3) and Peyton Miller added 10.
The Wolverines hit eight 3-pointers, went eight of 10 from the foul line and outscored Spencer-Van Etten 33-19 in the second half. Derek Carman led S-VE with a game-high 15 points.
Waverly advances to Sunday’s championship game and will play the winner of Friday’s Owego-Wyalusing game. S-VE will play the loser in Saturday’s consolation round.
Waverly 49, Tioga 33: At the Waverly Christmas Tournament, Waverly improved to 7-0 with a victory over Tioga.
The Wolverines will play either Corning or Wyalusing in the championship game at 5 p.m. Sunday.